mUKSUAX, JUMlb Z^ 1M7
WE JUST RECEIVED
By Mrs. A. A. Mclnnis.
$11.50 per case
$4.50 per sq.
Arsenate of Lead
Asbestos Siding Shingjes $11.50 per sq.
Asbestos Siding Shingles
Soy Bean Seed
Boyette Tobacco Sprayers
Buckeye Tobacco Gurers
Bible school is being held at
Tabernacle church this week with
very good attendance.
There will be a Stanley pro
ducts party the home of Mrs.
‘Neill McKeithah on next Monday
night, June 30th. Mrs McKeithan
dnd Mrs. R. B. Shockley hostesses.
All who are interested in these
products are invited to attend..
Mr. and Mrs. James Graham
of Fayetteville had as their din
ner guests last Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Foster and
(Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Mclnnis ai
Mr. and Mrst. A. W. Wood,
children, Janice and Dannie, of Wilton ^nd Donald Wood and .
Raeford, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Me- d^rvin English visited in Dillon
Innis. and daughter, Mary Kate, S. C. last Sunday.
daughter of Augusta, Ga., Mr. and of Wayside, Miss Mary Catherine
Mrs. Willia.T.i Motley and son of | Mclnnis of Fort Bragg and Tho-
Burkeville, Va. The three ladies mas and Ed Mclnnis of the home
were classm,ates at East Carolina! completed the family. A nephew,'
Teachers College. John David Mclnnis of Wagram which it prefers and buys them,
What the public thinks of cot
ton products, and the extent to
Mr. and Mrs. lil. G. Ray and
Mrs. John Ray spent Monday in
was also present.
Miss Bessie Wright visited
friends at Grantham Sunday p. m.
$11.05 per sq.
$5.00 per bn.
$10.00 per roll
Mrs. Harvey Dawson and child
ren, '^tsy and Sarah of Ashe.-
Rowland Smith and son, Ray Howard Wood of Newport News,
Young of Danville, Va. are visit-jVa. is visiting his mother, Mrs.
ing A. H, Ray and family and ;C. L. Wood and family this week,
other relatives in this community
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Boseman had
as their guests for several days
Cecil Reynolds of Newpot News, last week, Mrs. Ida Mohorn and
/ille, Mrs. Bynum Johnson and visited his home folks over (Mrs. Estelle Parker of Brinkley
daughter, Barbara of the Ken-
nedy Home at Kinston spent
Friday P. M. with Mrs. Ellen
Jones and family.
Lacy Koonce spent th4^ past
week end in Fayetteville, visit
ing his aunt, Mrs. Zula Martin,
and his cousin, Franklin Martin.
Mrs. William Dutton of Bonnie
Doon accompanied Mr. and Mrs
ville, N. C.
L. B. Bundy attended a singing
Sam Minter on their visit to Mrs convention at Benson last Sunday.
Minter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs
M. S. Bristowe, Sunday p. m.
Mrs. G. A. Monroe, Mr. and
“ I Mrs. Douglas Monroe and Mrs.
'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brisson of ^ Monroe attended the funeral
Harold Tillman of Raleigh, Mrs.
C. S. Pickett of Fayetteville, Mrs.
iM. R. Knight arid Bessie Wright
Johnson Cotton Co.
Of Raeford, Inc.
Cash If You Have It Credit If You Need It
with the excAtsA/e
went to White Lake last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKeithan
had all their children and in-laws
with them Sunday except their
oldest son, Wesley and his wife.
They were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Stephens of Shannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Willie McKeithan of Fay
etteville Route 3, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin McDowell, Raeford Route
2. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright of
Raeford, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Shockley, * Raeford Route 2, "Cecil
and Sarah Neal.
Fayetteville were guests of Mr. of their Uncle Jim Davis, at Co-
■and Mrs. Shockley and Mr. and lumbia, S. C. last Saturday.
Mrs. Neill McKeithan Sunday.
will be final measure of how
much cotton can be produced on
1 0 80KC
Cecil McKeithan and Ralph
Stephens returned to Virginia
with Mr. and Mrs. Motley for a
twb weeks visit:
Mrs. Frances Bearden and fam
ily of West Union, S. C. spent
some time wit Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. Shockley, recently.
Mrs. Jean Courson of Fayette
ville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. P. Andrews of Rockfish, slipped
on the steps at White Lake and
sustained an injury to her spine,
last week end. It seems that one
of the vertebra was broken but
just how seriously she is hurt
cannot be determined until an-
other x-ray is made.
Mr. and Mrs. John Korn of
Asheboro have announced the
birth of a daughter, Rita Ann,
June 16th, 1'947. Mrs. Korn is the
former Miss Catherine Wood.
From where I sit... hy Joe Marsh
When Ed's Crops Failed
The family of Mrs. Mary Mc
lnnis had a reunion at their home
here last Sunday. All six of the
children and five grandchildren
were present. The married sons
and their families were Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Mclnnis and children,
Campbell and Alice, of Wagram,
Three years ago Ed Smith’s lack
went bad. His crops failed, and it
wasn’t long before Ed’s home and
fomishings were ^ fw^ aoetion.
Half the town tnmed out, and
Ed must have thought his neigh
bors were a bnnch of hungry vul-
tores—buying up all his precious
possessions for a song.
When it was over, and the sue-
timeer had lef^ Sam Abernathy
turns to the crowd and says: ’’All
right, folks, let’s take time out for
a glass M beer, and then put this
stuff back where it belongs!”
Two hours later, Ed was in pos
session of his home and furnish
ings; and the folks who’d'^^d for
them were sitting around Ira’s fire
enjoying a neighborly glass of beer
—^to show their friendship and
their confidence in Ed.
Today, Ed’s back on to feet—an
other constructive member of the
community. And from where I sit,
we’ve all been well repaid—a good
investment in a good iwen.
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You can’t afford to miss these prices.
We mention a few items hero'-
New Spring & Summer dresses
Sold For $13.95
Reduced To $7.95
Sold For $9.95
Reduced To $6.95
Ladies Slips - Great Reduction
Sold For $4.^5
Reduced To $2.95
Sold For $3.48
deduced To $1.75
Ladies Bathing Suits -
We Must Sell
Sold For $8.50
Reduced To $5.95
Sold For $6.95
Reduced To $3.95
WE HAVE A TABLE OF
Ladies and Children’s Sandals
Did sell up to $4.00
Closing out Prices
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